Valve's Steam Deck is now available for purchase without reservation

Valve has announced that its Steam Deck portable PC can now be purchased without reservation.

Since July of last year the system could be reserved on Steam, entering a queue that used to last for months. Once our turn came, an invitation to purchase was received, which had to be done within a period not exceeding three days.

Now, fifteen months later, that queue has ceased to exist, and any user interested in the system can purchase a Steam Deck without having to wait for the purchase invitation.

All three versions of the device (the 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB models) are available for immediate purchase right now, with a delivery lead time of one to two weeks. This time may vary slightly depending on the country in which the buyer resides.

On the other hand, today the long-awaited official dock for Steam Deck, which Valve had delayed indefinitely, has also been put on sale.

Its price is €99.99 and it is a base in which we can place the device to connect an external screen, a keyboard and a mouse and other devices through USB connectors, as well as connect to an Ethernet network. The delivery time is also between one and two weeks.

The dock measures 117mm x 29mm x 50.5mm and includes a DisplayPort 1.4 port, an HDMI 2.0 port, three USB-A 3.1 ports, and a Gigabit Ethernet port. Also included in the box is a power adapter (identical to the one that came with the console).

Valve has assured that the dock has been tested with a wide variety of devices without problems, although it has warned that there is currently a bug with some screens of the LG brand. This is scheduled to be fixed shortly via a free software update, in any case.

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